The funeral home has closed and that land is now being marketed for a redevelopment opportunity.
Month: January 2015
J.Crew is coming to Southport
As we reported in December, J. Crew had been all but confirmed on coming to Southport. This week we hear that J. Crew is signing their lease for 3423 N. Southport Avenue, and will be taking up the entire new development, along with a rumored SoulCyle studio. What are your thoughts?
|J. Crew in Washington D.C.|
Meeting on March 9, 2015 for the proposed transit-oriented redevelopment where Rise and Galleria Liquors are located (meeting now postponed)
- A 4-story building with retail on the first floor
- 33 apartments with starting rent at $1,500
- 6 parking spaces with one being a handicapped spot
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Public Notice for a Zoning Change Issued for the Demolition of Rise Sushi and Galleria Liquors
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View my 3 latest photos on Flickr: https://flic.kr/u/2RpPi4/aHsk4sGRQP
The Man On Five is featured on the front page of DNAinfo Chicago today:
Burger Boss Southport Closed
lululemon athletica Southport #GivePresence
Petsmart coming to 3301 N. Ashland; Vitamin Shoppe Now Open, Medspring Opening Soon
Kruger Gallery Chicago opening January 16, 2015 at 3709 N. Southport Avenue
3400 N. Lincoln Avenue Transit Oriented Development Approved
Approval was given by Ald. Pawar to 3400 N. Lincoln Avenue – a new, mixed-use transit area development. Here is the link to the full development brochure, and photos are included below.
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Target Out, Whole Foods Flagship most likely in at Belmont/Ashland and Lincoln
It looks like Target will not be coming after all, and Whole Foods is interested in Novak Construction\’s site at Belmont, Ashland and Lincoln. This proposed Whole Foods would be a flagship size, much like the one in Lincoln Park.
Crain\’s Chicago broke the story earlier today, and this new plan was confirmed on January 12, 2015 at the West Lakeview Neighbor\’s meeting at Mystic Celt.